Diferencias sobre El Canto llano del Caballero
Tiento del sexto tono
Canción glosada Anchor che col partire
Diferencias sobre Quién tu me enojó Isabel
Diferencias sobre La Gallarda Milanesa
Ad Dominum cum tribularer
Diferencias sobre La dama le demanda
Virtuoso keyboard music of the early 16th century: Léon Berben plays works by Antonio de Cabezón on one of the oldest organs in the world, the Gothic organ of St.Andreas in Soest-Ostönnen.
The organs that Antonio de Cabezón knew were still pretty "gothic" in sound. Not least because of this, the instrument in Ostönnen is perfectly suited for his works. It impresses with its variety of timbres and the ability of the individual voices to blend with one another. Surprising enough: this organ has only seven stops! The homogeneous acoustics of the Romanesque St. Andrew's Church contribute to the refinement of the overall sound. Instrument and space inspire Léon Berben to a highly colorful and deeply inspired view of the works of this Spanish master. Lovers of historical keyboard instruments and archaic organ sounds will highly enjoy this new album.
For the first 50 orders of this new release via our webshop Léon Berben has signed copies for you!
Une grande leçon de musique!
Léon Berben compte parmi les meilleurs organistes pour les répertoires anciens.